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Facts about Calabria

We have divided all the information that we have about Calabria into sections so that your work gets easier. Just browse through the points given below and you’ll realize how much there is to know about this small place.

Calabria: Numbers
➤ Calabria is a region in the south-western part of Italy and has an area of approximately 5,822 2 miles.
➤ It has a population of about 2 million.
➤ The average summer temperature of this region is somewhere around 26ºC . However, this temperature could rise sometimes to somewhere around 35ºC.
➤ The minimum temperature in the winters is somewhere around 13ºC. This is the coastal temperature. This temperature goes on decreasing as you cross over into the mountainous regions further into the mainland.

Calabria: Plant and Animal Life
➤ Coastal regions along the Tyrrhenian Sea are well known for their abundant production of different types of citrus fruits and their olive groves.
➤ Also, these regions have a variety of plums and pears that grow well.
➤ The Parghelia and Capo Vaticano regions produce a variety of onions that is typical to them. These onions have a very distinct flavor, which is induced in them by the constitution of the land and also the water supply in the region.
➤ Vegetables like zucchini, beans, cauliflowers, eggplants, pumpkins, peppers, etc. are also grown in abundance.
➤ Animals like red deer and foxes are found abundantly in this region.
➤ Birds like hermit sparrows, barn owls, gulls, etc. also thrive here.

Calabria: Culture and Economics
➤ Calabria has a very rich cultural heritage, punctuated by breathtaking architecture.
➤ History and wilderness have been very efficiently preserved in this region, thus making it a major hit with tourists, especially European ones who now see the region as a good option to buy property in as well.
➤ Gothic and Renaissance style painting is what awaits tourists looking around for some ancient influences.
➤ Wood and ceramics are two of the forms of sculpture that Calabrian culture has an invaluable treasure of.
➤ Though Calabria was not an economically developed region in the past, it is slowly evolving into one of the prime zones for economic development.
➤A lot of funds are being directed into the development of infrastructure in an attempt to promote national and international tourism.

Calabria: Randoms
➤Calabria is often referred to as the ‘toe of Italy’. This is because of the peculiar shape that the land mass of Italy has. It seems to form a boot like structure, jutting out of the mainland and entering the ocean.
➤ This ‘toe’ is what separates the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ionian Sea from one another.
➤ The capital of Calabria is Catanzaro and the whole region is divided into other regions, in which some important cities are Cosenza, Crotone, and Vibo Valentia.
➤ The region of Calabria juts out in a north-east to south-west direction.
➤ The weather in Calabria is one of its most important USPs. You can enjoy full sun in this region as this is the region that receives the most amount of sunlight in summers, which are dry and warm.
➤ Also, its winters are relatively cool, but nothing very uncomfortable. So, all in all, a typical Mediterranean kind of weather, that can be enjoyed at its best in the months between October and March.
➤ Calabria has recently joined the leagues of metropolitan areas in Italy, bringing it on par with places like Rome, Milan, Venice, etc.
➤ As far as topography is concerned, Calabria is a region that boasts of both, a glorious coastline and also some fascinating mountain ranges.
➤ The official currency of Calabria is the Euro, being converted from the Lira.